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Hey anyone willing to sell me some aluminum nuts drilled out to fit an axiz module? (I don't have a drill press) i will buy for 5$ anyone?


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Where you from? What outter dia do you need? do you need set screw or you gonna press fit it?
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As far as I know.... only Robots have Aluminum Nuts.....
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im from canada im not sure how to press fit it to an axiz module, i need a fit for axiz module.
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See here; Cheap heatsink idea
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im from canada im not sure how to press fit it to an axiz module, i need a fit for axiz module.
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Greenmechanic i am going to take you up on your offer. Just what would i need paste for? arent i just pressing it in?

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Greenmechanic i am going to take you up on your offer. Just what would i need paste for? arent i just pressing it in?

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To use the thermal paste, smear a very thin coat on the Aixis before you press it into the heat-sink. This helps transfer heat more efficiently between the two. It will also help the Aixis slide into the H/S easier. You need very little, as most of it will be wiped off when you press it in.
Coat the whole Aixis with a dab way smaller then a BB.


Let me know the length and the diameter you want your heat-sink to be. Don't forget to allow room for the wires running out the back of the Aixis, when measuring length.

These measurements need to be exact, to fit into whatever host you are going to use. The OD (outside diameter) of the heat-sink can be a few thousands smaller then the host's body. You can always glue it into place.
but it can not be any larger, or it won't fit.


Measure carefully and let me know what the dimensions are.
I will have some time Sunday, to make it, and will ship it Mon.
PM me your address and I'll PM you back with my PayPal address.
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Just let me find the dimensions. Btw i am using a project box i will send a pic of the box.
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To use the thermal paste, smear a very thin coat on the Aixis before you press it into the heat-sink. This helps transfer heat more efficiently between the two. It will also help the Aixis slide into the H/S easier. You need very little, as most of it will be wiped off when you press it in.
Coat the whole Aixis with a dab way smaller then a BB.


Let me know the length and the diameter you want your heat-sink to be. Don't forget to allow room for the wires running out the back of the Aixis, when measuring length.

These measurements need to be exact, to fit into whatever host you are going to use. The OD (outside diameter) of the heat-sink can be a few thousands smaller then the host's body. You can always glue it into place.
but it can not be any larger, or it won't fit.


Measure carefully and let me know what the dimensions are.
I will have some time Sunday, to make it, and will ship it Mon.
PM me your address and I'll PM you back with my PayPal address.
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